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Two of the contestants In the women's championship races at New burg, N. Y. Left to right, they are Mildred Truslow. Brooklyn. N. Y.; Elsie Muller, of New York, and Qtolle Barth, also of Brooklyn. The greatest races of the year ore held at Newburg. Tides Tomorrow High tide 3:17 a. m. 16.2 ' ; Low tide 9:33 a. m. 1.3 High tide ?L26 p. m. 14 S i Low tide *42 p. in. 1.5 l — 1 JAPANESE TOY SHOP ' H. B. MARINO Front Street P. 0. Box 218 For Mail Orders I USED FURNITURE Bought, Sold and Exchanged N. ROCOVICH I 211 Seward St. I Telephono 441. P. O. Box 251 | I-1 i REDUCTION In all Detmer Woolens THE PIONEER STORE H. HEIDORN. 2d near Main I OREGON AGGIES GRID SCHEDULE ARRANGED CORVALLIS, Ore.. Fob. 11 —Eight games are on the 1921 football sched ule of the Oregon Agricultural Col lege announced here recently. The schedule follows: Oct. 1.—Chemawa Indians here. Oct. 8.—Multnomah Club here. Oct. 15.—Willamette University Oct. 22.—University of Washington here. Oct. 29.—-Stanford University at Palo Alto. Nov. 12.—Washington State College here. Nov. 19.—University of Oregon at Eugene. Nov. 24 —Santa Clara University at San Franciscoi. Attempts are also being made to arrange a game with the University of Southern California at Pasadena. ■ -'-9 I MARBLE SLABS AND UNITS | We make them—in any size, or I shape, plain or veined. ! CONCRETE PRODUCTS I I MFG. CO. ! Willoughby Ave. Juneau. [ ■ -9 ELKS CONTINUE WINNING STREAK IN BOWLING MEET * Antlered Pin Smashers Take Brunswick Into Camp by Score of 2338 to 2334. The Elks' howling team in the Inter-City Tournament continu'd its winning streak on the Elks' alleys last night, defeating the Brunswick team 2338 to 2334 Wi the second game of the series. The Thane team also won it,-; second game on the Brunswick alleys by left a ting the Treadwell team 2304 to 2203. The next games of the tourna ment will be played next Thursdnj evening, when the Brunswick and Elks will bowl on the Brunswick and Treadwell and Thane on the Treadwell alleys. Standing of Clubs. Team— G. W. I.. Total Elks .2 2 0 4 4 7n Thano . 2 2 0 4 37 7 Brunswick .2 o 2 4 6101 Treadwell.2 0 2 4469 1 Last Night's Scores. TREADWELL. Player— (1) (2) (31 Tl Ci rider eon 142 165 14!* 456 Bokanich 118 155 167 4 40 Hlgley 1 30 130 1 70 430 Terzovich .. .. 172 128 163 463 Gavril 154 158 173 535 Totals 716 736 831 2203 THANE. Player— (11 (21 (31 Tl. R. McCormick..164 1 34 1 42 440 Gammara 140 156 1 45 450 W. McCormick..149 154 17S 481 Olson .105 179 134 508 E. McCormick 137 145 143 425 Totals 704 778 742 23**4 ELKS. Player— (1 * (2* (3t* Tl. Fry . 150 147 188 485 Hunter . 1 46 159 178 483 Lavenik 175 156 125 436; Vander Lecst 1 48 162 151 461 Barragar .118 165 170 453 Totals 737 789 812 2338 BRUNSWICK. I Player— (1) (2) (31 Tl. Henry 156 138 148 442 Watts 1 34 156 132 422 Terzovich 159 165 177 501 Craig .15 6 131 147 434 I Darby 197 183 152 535 Totals . 802 770 756 2334 Furniture moved and stored. Heavy hauling done. Juneau Trans fer. ' —adv __ In the World of Sports ] BOXING FOOTBALL RACING HUNTING SWIMMING BASKETBALL HERMAN KNOCKING OUT WILDE IN LONDON RING The foregoing photograph, the first to arrive in this country, shows Pete Herman knock ing Jimmie Wilde through the ropes in the seventeenth and final round of their recent bout in Albert Hall, London. In this round Herman was declared the winner after sending the Britisher down three times. t BASEBALL FANS WILL AID MEMORIAL FUND SANTA HOSA, Cal., Feb. 11 Baseball fans from many nearby cities art' expected to attend a game to be played here Washington Birthday, February 22. to raise funds to be used In connection with the construction of a memorial to the late Janus Pctray. Sonoma County Sheriff, willed here recently by al leged gangsters who recently were I lynched. ' Harry Wolverton, former major league manager, will captaTn the' all-star team against the Santa Rosa nine, managed by Walter Nagle, one] time I’ittsbuigh pitcher. ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP TO BE STAGED JULY 4 SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 11.—San j Franei eo recently was awarded the Pacific Coast Championship Rowing Regatta for 1921 by the Pacific Asso ciation of Amateur Oarsmen. The. j tourney will be held July 1 on th' i Oakland Estuary or the China Easin ; I MEN’S COLLARS No single detail of apparel adds so much to a man's good appear ance as a well-starched collar. Send us your collars—we de liver them perfectly laundered, lustrous, immaculate, smooth and pearly, with none of the rough “saw' edges of the old stand-up of the days gone by. Alaska Steam Laundry PHONE 15. HAWAIIANS TO STAGE TWO SWIMMING TITLE EVENTS MAY 28-30 HONOLULU. T. H„ Feb. U—Man agers nf tho Hawaiian Amateur Ath letic Union recently fixed May 28 and 30 as dates for a swimming meet at which two of the national cham pionships awarded to Hawaii wii! be run off. These two events are the 100-yard women's Senior National champion ship and the men's junior high div ing National championship. Ethelda Bleibtrey, New York, now touring Australia, has promised to at tend tho meet. Margaret Wood bridge. Detroit, who finished second to Miss Bleibtrey in the 100-meter race at the Olympic Games also is expected. Haig Priest of Los Angeles and “Happy" Kuehn of Portland will also come for the diving competition, ac cording to preesnt plans. 1 Kodak and Photo T Supplies |, I NORTHWESTERN KODAK I | SUPPLY CO. J l Eastman Kodak Co. i I 1415 Fourth Avenue Seattle 1 ■-—--■ Remember To Inaiat Alwaya On Our Coala. WE CARRY THE ONLY GFNU1NE LADYSMITH And the BEST NANAIMO THAT ARE OBTAINABLE. PACIFIC COAST COAL COMPANY I Phene 411. SALE IS NOW ON AND ENDS FEB. 21. CLEARANCE SALE SS Nelson’s Shoe Store OPEN EVENINGS IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS WE ARE OFFERING Al GREATLY REDUCED PRICES THE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE. S^ETJARB.|^D ,1V.Jr AND OVERCOATS RAINCOATS OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FLORSHEIM SHOES, ALSO OTHER STANDARD MAKES Ol HIGH GRADE SHOE., AND VARIOUS OTHER LINES OF MEN’S FURNISHINGS. SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES Our Pledge to You When you buy a SOCIETY BRAND Suit or Overcoat it limst give complete satisfaction. If you have been putting off buying a Suit until Clothes get Cheaper—Don't Miss this Sale. Society Brand Suits—Regular Price $60, $65, $70. Sale Price $45.00, $48.00, $55.00 Society Brand Overcoats—Regular Price $60.00. Sale Price $47.50 NOTE:—This Sale includes our entire stock of over 100 SOCIETY BRAND Suits and Overcoats, no old stock, no odds and ends, whether you buy the first or the last Suit or Overcoat at this Sale, you get new clean merchandise. 20 per cent off—Raincoats—20 per cent off Our entire stcck of high grade Waterproof RAINCOATS 20 per cent off during this Sale PATRICK MACKINAWS SPECIAL $19.50 PURE SILK HOSE—$1.25 Values Special—6 pair—$5.00 FIBER SILK HOSE—S5c Values Special—6 pair—$3.50 SILK-COTTON MIXED FINE HOSE Special—6 pair—$3.50 SHOE BARGAINS This lot consists of ever 100 pairs of high grade shoes in black and brown; lace and button; nearly all sizes will be found here. Regular Prices $10.00 to $12.50. Sale Price $7.75 Heavy Wool Work Pants 150 pairs of heavy wool work pants. The famous Keytsone and McMillen Brands 20 per cent off during this Sale Fine All-Wool Dress Trousers The Dutchess and Keystone makes in blue serge, light and dark grays and browns 20 per cent off during this Sale WINTER AND DRESS CAPS $3.00 and $3.50 values, special $2.50 ~ WOOL STOCKING~CAPS $2.00 values, special $1.50 WOOL SWEATER VESTS—KHAKI Special ..... .$3'.25 HEAVY ALL-WOOL SWEATER COATS $15.00 value, special_$12 50 ARROW BRAND HANDKERCHIEFS Special, 2 for__ 25 cent, FINE MERCERIZED HOSE Special, 6 pairs $2.50 Silk Ties $1.00 vaJdrs, special $ 75 1.50 values, special 1-^0 2.00 valuer, special 1-9® 2.50 values, special 2 00 HIGH GRADE SILK CRAVATS $3.00 and $.3.50 values special $2.50 CROWN SUSPENDERS $1.00 value, special 50 cents WOOL JERSEY SWEATERS Special $4.00 SILK KNITTED SCARFS $4 00 Values. Special $3.00 5.00 Values, Special ____ ARROW BRAND SILK COLLARS Special _50 cents • Wool Underwear The Dunham Mills heavy all-wool two-piece underwear Sale Price $7.00 Suit COLLINS HEAVY NATURAL WOOL TWO-PIECE UNDERWEAR Sale Price $4.00 Suit __ COOPER'S HEAVY UNION UNDERWEAR Sale Price $4.00 Suit COOPERS LIGHT UNION UNDERWEAR Sale Price $3.00 Suit Heavy Wool Work Shirts WOOL WORK SHIRTS IN GREY, BLUE, GREEN AND 0. D.—ALL SIZES $5.00 Shirts. Sale Price $3.05 5.50 Shirts, Sale Price . 4.25 6.50 Shirts, Sale Price . 4.85 7.CO Shirts, Sale Price 5.25 7.50 Shirts, Sale Price 5 50 Crown Army Shirts, Special 5.00 Crown Stag Shirts, Special . 7.00 Dress Shirts Big Assortment of Green Hood and Arrow Brand Shirts. All Sizes. $3.00, $3.50. $4.00. $4.50 values. Sale Price $2.25 Shirt Bargains 100 Fine Dress Shirts with military and flat collars. All sizes. $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 values. Sale Price $2.15 GOOD COTTON HOSE All Colors—Special, 6 pairs $1.25 BLACK WORSTED HOSE Special—6 pairs—$3.50 BACHELOR'S FRIEND HOSE—All Colors Special—6 pairs—$2.50 Regular Price $15. to $16.50 SALE PRICE $12.50 FLORSHEIM SHOES No better Shoes - Better than most Shoes Biggest stock of men’s shoes in Alaska ......... •■■■•111.lIM.adllllllflllll llltlll Regular Price $15. to $16.50 SALE PRICE $12.50 mi (iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiniiiiiiiiiilliiiiiiiiii mill niiiiilif niiildii